Freshly re-painted in early Sept. 2004. #3607 is on permanent display at the museum. See also images # 25066, #65620, and #77288.
Just north of the St Louis Arch grounds; on the trestle above Lacledes Landing, Amtrak train photographed from the Eads Bridge
One of the rare, clear days on the way up to the summit of Mt. Washington. There are about 55,000 cogs in the 3.5 mile trip up the mountain.
One of the rare, clear days on the 6288 ft. summit of Mt. Washington. There are about 55,000 cogs in the 3.5 mile trip up the mountain.
Built 1929. This "interurban" features a four truck, double articulated design for tight curves on in-city streets. Can turn tight 35 ft. radius curves. 160,00 lbs., 1,500 hp.
Wide-angle stitch; cab view image of the "Big Boy" (UP #4006). Museum's yellow signs are readable in the 4.3kx1.6k pixel 1.3Mb file.
Frisco 1522 is now parked in the shed at the museum, following what was perhaps its final excursion run on Sept. 25, 2002
The NYC Mohawk is now separated by 15' from the UP Big Boy, so the front end of the engine can be viewed.
Control stand viewed from the cab seat of the U.P. #6936 "Centennial" (DD40X, aka DD-40-X, aka DD40AX)
#4006 "Big Boy" was built by ALCO in 1941. This is one of the eight that remain.
The "Silver Charger", on display at the Museum of Transport in St. Louis County, MO
Engine on static display at the Museum of Transport in St. Louis County, MO